Jeremy Powers won both elite men's races at the Deschutes Cup in Bend, Oregon, on Sunday and secured the 2011 Exergy U.S. Gran Prix cyclocross series title. Powers outdueled Tim Johnson on Saturday, then held off Cannondale rider James Driscoll on Sunday. The USGP, the premier cyclocross series in the United States, began in September and included eight races. Powers won five.
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